Dr. Mikhail (Mike) Goldin was born in Moscow, Russia in 1982, but has lived in the U.S. since 2000. Prior to joining the LU faculty in 2008, he taught chemistry and mathematics part-time for five years at Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek, Michigan. His research interest is in studying the electrochemical aspects of interaction of porous and surface-modified electrodes with aqueous solutions and other media and electrochemically controlling this interaction for medical and environmental applications. Goldin earned his Ph.D. in chemistry from Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia in Moscow, though the majority of his doctoral research tookplace at LU's Biology/Chemistry Department. His passion is teaching chemistry in a way that makes sense and glorifies God. Therefore, he has an abiding interest in chemical education and in integrating the Biblical worldview into his teaching. His other interests are creation science, theology and practical Christian living in the context of marriage.
Activated Carbon Open Circuit Potential Shifts in Aqueous Solutions (with Gary Blanchard, Alexander Volkov, Mogely Khubutiya, Vladimir Kolesnikov, Anatoly Evseev, and Mark Goldin), Electrochemical Society (2007)
Interaction of certain organic compounds with activated carbon and its effect on the carbon open...
Redox Potential Measurement in Aqueous Solutions and Biological Media (with Mark M. Goldin, G. J. Blanchard, A. K. Evseev, V. A. Kolesnikov, Yu S. Goldfarb, and A. G. Volkov), Electrochemical Society (2007)
Mechanism of Shifts of Potentials of Hemosorbents Based on Activated Carbons Caused by Adsorption of Organic Toxicants (with Mark Goldin and Yury Goldfarb), Moscow Hemapheresis Society (2006)
The Mechanism of Potential Shifts of Activated Carbon Due to Adsorption of Organic Compounds (with Vladimir Avramenko, Alexander G. Volkov, and Mark Goldin), Electrochemical Society (2006)
Effective numbers of electrons as a criterion of carbon suitability as a hemosorbent (with Mogely Khubutiya, Boris Grafov, Alexei Davydov, Vladimir Kolesnikov, and Mark Goldin), Journal of Electrochemical Science and Engineering (2011)
The number of medical applications of electrochemistry has grown in recent years due to the...
Mechanisms of Adsorption of Copper and Silver Ions on Carbon Materials in an Open Circuit, Electrocheimical Society (2011)
Measurements of Platinum Electrode Potential in Blood and Blood Plasma and Serum (with Mogely Khubutiya, Anatoly K. Evseev, Vladimir Kolesnikov, Alexei Davydov, Alexander Volkov, and Andrey Stepanov), Russian Journal of Electrochemistry (2010)
The method of electrochemical pretreatment of platinum electrode with the goal of standardizing the initial...
Open Circuit Potential Shifts of Activated Carbon in Aqueous Solutions During Chemical and Adsorption Interactions (with Vladimir A. Kolesnikov, Mogely Sh. Khubutiya, Alexander G. Volkov, Gary J. Blanchard, Anatoly K. Evseev, and Mark M. Goldin), Journal of Applied Electrochemistry (2008)
Interaction of certain inorganic and organic compounds with activated carbon and the effect of such...